pmuller9, my statement about points is NOT that it is the best overall, but on the street we do not need a 100K volts to light the mixture. No doubt the electronics are better in modern computer-controlled engines, but the spark from points is inherently longer...up to about 4K rpm. MSD stands for Multiple Spark Discharge to duplicate the longer points spark. Even in their own testing for HP and Torque the difference is negligible. Points vs HEI at street RPM's = points Torque @ 3500 - 241 HP / HEI - 238 HP, 4000 - 370.9 / HEI - 370.5, 4500 - 384.9 / HEI - 379.0. With the Mustang 3.0 to 2.79 rear gears 4500 RPM equals way over 110 MPH. Even hot rodders seldom venture there on the street. I use Torque because it translates more directly to ECONOMY. Please, I HAVE STATED MANY TIMES, IF YOU HAVE A COMPUTER CONTROLLED ENGINE DO NOT GO BACK TO POINTS. I like them because there is no computer needed on my old 6-cylinder driver, and installing a computer ignition did me ZERO good...though I did not test it above 75 MPH.